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Awesome Cake Alert! Pink Gets Amazing Vegan 1st Birthday Cake For Willow

Your child’s first birthday cake is kind of a big deal. Sure, they themselves won’t remember the baked and frosted delight but parents take much pride in selecting their beloved child’s cake for the big first birthday celebration. And new mom Pink? She did it right. She got an amazing three tiered cake that resembled alphabet blocks featuring images of lollipops, turtles, and bubbles. Pink tweeted pics of the cake along with the very sweet message, “Happy Birthday to my angel, my purpose, my biggest blessing. I love you Willow Sage.”

The cake itself was made by Jamaica’s Cakes and was a vegan carrot cake with Pink giving a shout out to the company on Twitter.

Wanna see the cake for yourself? Check out photos of the amazing first birthday cake right here  (plus some other pics from Pink’s exciting week):

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  • The Cake 1 of 5
    The Cake
    Now that is a birthday cake!
    Image Source: Twitter
  • Jamaica’s Cakes 2 of 5
    Jamaica's Cakes
    "And thanks for the most amazing cake I've ever seen Jamaica's Cakes!!!! She loved her first vegan carrot cake!"
    Image Source: Twitter
  • In the ER 3 of 5
    In the ER
    "Maybe it's cause my mom was an ER nurse all my life- but throw me in a gown and a hook me up to an IV- and I'm a happy girl. Stomach flu sucks but morphine doesn't."
    Image Source: Twitter
  • Photo a Day! 4 of 5
    Photo a Day!
    She participated in the photos day tweeting: ""#PHOTOADAYJUNE "morning""
    Image Source: Twitter
  • Still Breast Feeding 5 of 5
    Still Breast Feeding
    Looks like Pink is still breastfeeding, she tweeted this picture with the message, "PUMP!!!!!!"
    Image Source: Twitter
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